Paul - I haven't looked at protobuf-rpc, but protorpc uses a .proto
message for the payload. One up-shot of that is that it should be (in
theory at least) fine to add extension properties to the message -
i.e. you could add a security object as an extended property. A given
server could check for expected extension properties and act
accordingly. The only issue I have with this is that you'd need to put
the options *after* the main body, or push the tags out of order...

No idea if that is a good idea or not...

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